Sukuti

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Sukuti
Beef jerky.jpg
Course Snacks
Place of origin Eastern Nepal
Created by Limbu people
Main ingredients Mainly beef
Cookbook: Sukuti  Media: Sukuti

Sukuti (Nepali: सुकुटी) is the Nepali word for dry meat (jerky).Limbu pronunciation : Sakhekya[1] Sukuti is one of the traditonal dish of Limbu.[2] Sukuti is either consumed directly or charbroiled and spiced as an appetizer or snack or mixed with other ingredients and served as side dish such as in sukuti ko achar, which is a side dish, usually with tomato sauce.

Sukuti is a Nepali dish or more accurately a type of meat which is served along with some other dishes. Sukuti is prepared by drying meat for days. The lumps of meat are kept hanging above fire or in the sun. After the meat dries, it can be consumed. It is usually prepared by heating in the fire or on a pan. Extra seasonings like tomatoes, onions and garlics are added to make it into a delicious snack.

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  1. ^ p.505 A Grammar of Limbu By George van Driem
  2. ^ https://www.lalman.com/limbu-cultural-trek.php